Archive for the ‘Mac’ Category

TransGaming brings Ubisoft games to the Mac

Friday, July 4th, 2008

Ubisoft bringing CSI: Hard Evidence to the Mac with Cider.

Ubisoft has penned a deal with TransGaming, which will lead to their games being released for the Macintosh using TransGaming’s Cider Portability Engine. The games will be available at retail and via TransGaming’s GameTree portal.

The first games scheduled for release are CSI: Hard Evidence and the Petz series, with “additional key titles” planned for later this year including some simultaneous Macintosh / PC releases.

via Wired

Guitar Hero. Now on Mac.

Monday, May 26th, 2008

Guitar Hero now on Mac.

DISCLAIMER: I use, and love, Macs. I still found this funny.

Call of Duty 4 heading to Mac

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

Mac gamers, 2008 is shaping up to be your best year yet. According to today’s press release, publishers Aspyr Media will be bringing the Infinity Ward’s third installment to Apple systems in May. As if that weren’t enough to rejoice about, all of the multiplayer problems seen on PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 versions will reportedly be getting a once-over.

via Kotaku

Spore coming to both PC and Mac later this year

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

Spore coming to both PC and Mac later this year

Time to get all excited again because another morsel of Spore news has been let loose. This time the news comes from an unexpected place, MacWorld. Of course being that the announcement was at MacWorld the news is that Spore will be released simultaneously on both Mac and PC later this year. Yeah, we have heard “later this year” from the Spore team before but we will forgive them if they don’t break our hearts again. EA Maxis VP of marketing Patrick Buechner had this to say about EA’s decision to bring Spore to the Mac:

“[We] think the Macintosh user is somebody who is, typically, a creative individual. Part of the appeal of the Mac is that it allows you to do creative things very easily. And we think that lines up very closely with what you can do with Spore … So it just feels like a natural place for Spore to be, and we’re thinking about it up front rather than as an afterthought.”

An official announcement is expected later today along with a preview at MacWorld.

via Cnet

Unreal Tournament III coming to Macs early next year

Thursday, December 20th, 2007

Unreal Tournament III coming to Macs early next year

I get the feeling we don’t give enough love to those crippled by their love of the apple shaped logo. Never fear macheads, for your yearly game is soon coming courtesy of renowned Mac porters MacSoft. The game of course is none other than Unreal Tournament III. There’s no specific time frame other then “early 2008″, but then again you’ve always been a patient bunch.

via Joystiq

Ubisoft’s free browser based game: Heroes of Might and Magic Kingdoms

Friday, December 14th, 2007

Ubisoft announce free browser based game Heroes of Might and Magic Kingdoms

Ubisoft have announced that their long running turn-based strategy franchise, Heroes of Might and Magic, will be hitting web browsers. Heroes of Might and Magic Kingdoms will be playable for no monetary fee, but you’ll be hassled by advertising to entice you to buy items or gold. When it comes to playing online against thousands of people however, it’s a pretty small price to pay.

For those who live in the UK and wish to partake in the beta all you have to do is buy a copy of the Heroes of Might and Magic Complete Edition for your code. We aren’t sure how the rest of the world gets in on the beta, but your best bet is to head over to the game’s website and sign up for updates.

via Kotaku

id Software announces Quake Zero - free browser-based Quake 3

Saturday, August 4th, 2007

Quake Zero

id software have formed a second development team to begin working on an updated version of Quake 3. Titled Quake Zero, the game will be available to play on PC and Mac in browsers – for free.

The browser game will be supported solely by advertising dollars. In explaining their reasons for undertaking this new venture, id lead programmer and co-founder John Carmack professed his preference for “straightforward and elegant” games like Quake 3 Arena. Take that, Enemy Territory.

via Joystiq

Gears of War, Unreal Tournament 3 coming to Mac

Tuesday, July 17th, 2007

iWar In a recent interview with, Epic VP Mark Rein delivered some great news to Mac gamers - confirming the release of Unreal Tournament 3 on the Mac, and announcing a completely unexpected port of the Xbox 360 smash hit Gears of War.

via Macworld